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If protecting national security requires the cancellation of travel for a few individuals, or throwing a few errant and treasonous leaders in jail, then so be it.
10, 1920, and the treasonous text [agreed] upon on Feb.
Look closely enough at those who pen impassioned denunciations of the Jewish statelike the recent chestnut in everyone's favorite treasonous newspaper, the Guardian, which described the first Palestinian Intifada as an act of youthful defiance, no harsher, really, than a high-school prankand you'll likely find passionate and sincere advocates of peace and compassion.
In Blake's well-developed fantasy world, all residents of Aygrima above the age of fifteen must wear masks that show their true thoughts-most importantly, treasonous ones--to special government Watchers.
The Initiative Group pledges to use all possible means "to fail the treasonous program aimed at destruction of our
Some felt it was treasonous to secede from England, but those 'traitors' became our country's greatest patriots.
as a voice lifts beyond its slightly treasonous place in the garden
and Cuba had hit bottom after the Cuban Missile Crisis, most things in English were perceived as American and therefore treasonous.
Printing more money to play politics at this particular time in American history is almost treacherous--or treasonous in my opinion.
Will becomes embroiled in so-called treasonous plots and is compelled to leave court.
WHAT EVERY AMERICAN SHOULD KNOW ABOUT AIPAC "Even if members of congress pretend to feign ignorance about cheering for a corrupted foreign entity, it does not excuse the utter shame and humiliation they caused loyal Americans or their shameless treasonous betrayal to our exploited United States Military personnel, both Active Duty and Veterans.
be on the nonsystematic movement of error that I call errance, which includes contaminating reflux, treasonous desertion, unpredictable circulation, violent irruption, and other movements which place simple oppositions and coherent itineraries under erasure or suspension.